This page provides a range of parenting online advice, videos and helplines for parents and carers.
This 'Essential Parent' website, supported by Professor Robert Winston and many other well-known organisations gives information and video clips which support soon to be parents, new parents and experienced parent. It covers all areas from conception, pregnancy, supporting baby, potty training, speech and language, toddlers, children and teenagers.
Family Lives is a charity with a free helpline open seven days a week. Its website has advice, live chat, befriending services and parenting/relationship support groups.
Care for the Family This website gives a wide range of information on Parent Support including Single Parents, Parents with children with Additional Needs, Step Families and Adoption and Fostering, Marriage, Bereavement and COVID-19 support. They are also offering free online Marriage sessions.
As a parent, looking after your own health and well-being is essential in order to support your children's health and well-being. This self-help book is aimed at giving you a better understanding of low self-esteem and explains how to develop good self-esteem.
Emerging Minds provides top tips to support children and young people with their worries and anxiety.
Young Minds provides tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the covid-19 pandemic.
CAMHS Resources - This site was created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources from across the Internet that are available to help support your mental health and well-being.
Preparing Autistic and SEND children for going back to school.
Autism support services resource from Coventry and Warwickshire Mind including links to training webinars which cover different topics relating to Autism.
The Dimensions Tool is a free and interactive online tool. It gives tailored recommendations to support a person's health and well being needs.
Individuals or parents and carers of children can go through the dimensions of health and well being outlined in the tool and rate themselves or their child against each. An individualised report will be produced, highlighting areas of most need and providing self-care information on those subjects. The aim of self-care information is to take the hard work out of searching the internet or library, by collating trustworthy information and local resources into one place.
Further information about parenting support in Coventry can be found on the Positive Parenting page.